The Impacts of US-China Tensions on the International Order of Asia
In March, US and Chinese diplomats in Anchorage traded harsh words in the two superpowers’ first high-level meeting, signaling US President Joe Biden’s intention of taking a hard stance toward America’s rival in Asia. What will increasing friction between Washington and Beijing mean for the International Order of Asia?
(Photo: Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide and President Joe Biden hold a joint press conference following their summit talks on April 16, 2021. © AFP/Jiji.)